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it yourself, but the investigators are looking in to it right now. >> i spoke to bob behr, former cia officer and experience in the middle east he said a lot of people he has talked to the last several days seem to think a lot of this stuff is not stuff that you can just teach yourself on the internet. a lot of the information is out there but you need somebody to show you some of the trade craft. >> the investigators and experts say things along the lines these were crude, not complicated bombs and that is true within the gamut of bombs but to do what they did is not something that would could pick up on the internet and run off and do. it would take training and practice. >> stay with us. i want to bring in former massachusetts homeland security security adviser juliet kime. and fran townsend who serves on the cia and department of homeland security external advisory board and senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. what do you make of the information based on one government source that the suspect indicated that no foreign terrorist groups were involved. >> they have a lot of leads to follow,
. at least according to bob behr. he told politico it would be like walking into a giant lawn mower blade. this is worse than iraq in terms of putting troops inside syria's borders. it's more chaotic and more likely you will lose a lot of troops. so he is a respected guy and troops on the ground, is anybody on our side, in our corner, mccain, anybody saying put in the troops, paratroopers, go in and fight on the ground. >> yes. there's been a lot of military planning for different kinds -- without going into the specifics that would go in in the event we decide decided to take military action. the problem is you've got a lot of additional things to do. it's a big operation. >> war. >> it is a war. >> john mccain is calling for setting up a safe zone and the only way to do that is to put troops on the ground. it's a big country. they have a big military, the syrians are more organized than the libyans were. there's no way to sort of have what mccain has in mind without sending troops in. i think one of the things when you listen to him talk and the hawks talk, it's as if, you know, there's
everyone if it may take years as nick was suggesting what happened in russia. >> peter bergen, bob behr, nick robertson, all of you, thangs. coming up, we're going to play you a conversation their mother had with cnn's nick peyton walsh in dagistan. alts, katie is bringing a brand new statement. we'll tell you what she's saying and how she's actually cooperating with law enforcement. more on my interview with a remarkable young woman, a dance instructor who lost her left foot, part of her left leg in the bombings. she's determined to dance again. tonight, she tells me she is not going to let what happened to kill her dreams, even though it was a night mare that she relives every single day. >> i looked up and said can you help me? and i was just covered in bloot and a couple of people were just in a state of shock. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. i'm just red carpets and big spectacles. but that's only the beginning. i have more than one red carpet. i like all sorts of spectacles. from the grandi
is an extraordinary piece of luck or he knew what he was doing. >> bob behr believes he could have had personal training when he visited his parents in russia early last year. after returning to the u.s., a video was posted and removed. >> he listened to somebody there. he maybe got some sort of training or at least watched people build this stuff. something, there's something we're missing. i just have an uneasy feeling about it. but not having the facts, i can't assure you a hundred percent. >> a u.s. government official tells cnn they had no contact with any foreign terrorist organization. his answers prove elusive. his parents and even his wife. the reports of involvement by her husband and brother-in-law came as an absolute shock to them all. vrjts now, federal investigators are talking to the lawyers for tamerlan's widow. but we have not been able to ascertain if they had been doing something absolutely crucial. and that is talking with catherine russel dreblgtly. according to her attorneys, she's cooperating and is devastated. but it's still unclear exactly what she might have known. aft
in russia. >> peter bergen, bob behr, nick robertson, all of you, thanks. coming up, we're going to play you a conversation their mother had with cnn's anything peyton walsh in dagestan. also, tamerlan czar naef's wi tsarnaev's wife, katie is making a brand new statement. we'll tell you what she's saying and how she's actually cooperating with law enforcement. more on my interview with a remarkable young woman, a dance instructor who lost her left foot, part of her left leg in the bombings. she's determined to dance again. tonight, she tells me she is not going to let what happened to kill her dreams, even though it was a night mare that she relives every single day. >> i looked at a couple of people and i said, can you help me, can you help me? and a couple of people were just in a state of shock and just looked at me and said, oh, my gosh, and ran the other direction. >>> welcome back. we're hearing more from the mother in dagestan. she knows her son has nothing to do with it and she thinks they're framed. cnn's nick peyton walsh spoke with with their mother on the phone and then briefly i
cookers. they could have downloaded this stuff online. >> do you really believe -- i talked to bob behr, peter bergen. they think it is more difficult than you think for people to make a explosive device. you couldn't just download it off the internet and test it on your own. you need some sort of instruction. i talked to someone else that there have been cases of people that claimed they got their information off the documents. you think it is possible they could have done this on their own in massachusetts? >> i think it is certainly possible. if you recall eric rudolph, bombs filled with similar devices as the boston marathons. it is possible the people here didn't get overseas training. they are looking at the traveling of the older brother to dagestan. this commander abu dujana was running bomb making courses for people in the countryside. they'll be looking another that very, very closely. no evidence he met this commander abu dujana. >> it is interesting that there is a mosque in dagestan in that city that is considered radical by the locals there. so again, we're trying to look
and washington is tom fuentes. welcome to both of you. bob behr knows this neck of the woods in russia. he had some sharp board -- wo words -- >> there's no other way to describe it as a failure. immigrations didn't tell the fbi he was leaving or coming back. two warnings from russian intelligence you don't know. the two main russian intelligence services don't like the united states. they don't provide tack cal intelligence. >> you here him saying those are two warnings you don't ignore. does he have the point? >> if you ignore the warnings -- first of all the fbi did the investigation based on the information they first received from the russians. i have not seen the second request which went to the cia to know whether they match and if it is the case they sent the same information to multiple agencies or not. i don't know what's in that question. the cia's job is not to investigate on american soil. they would have coordinated with the fbi. as far as immigration and some of the statements that they're stove piping or lack of cooperation among the u.s. agencies, that simply is not the case.
was added to a u.s. terror data base at the same time as her son. let's bring in tom fuentes and bob behr. she is still obviously alive and well. the last part is subject to debate. should she be a focus of any inquiry and does the u.s. have any ability to bring her here for questioning? >> jake, yes, she would be talked no a neutral area. clearly the russians brought her name up because there is something. but for them to send a warning to the united states, it had to be serious. a lot of chechens have been radicalized. why did they pick out the mother and tamerlan? the fbi would like to sit her down in this country preferably and talk to her. >> let's assume they do get mom and dad here in the u.s. to question them. what are some of the questions that they need answers to and at the same time what are the challenges? despite everything that happened here, these are grieving parents and they may not be entire lly forthright. >> the first question is who did tamerlan meet with over there. was he in contact with members of a terrorist organization? is she aware he received training there i
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